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Recent Publications

  • Tracking Violence in Timor-Leste: A Sample of Emergency Room Data, 2006-08, October 2009. Timor-Leste Armed Violence Assessment Issue Brief No. 4 (also available in Tetum).

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  • Handle with Care: Private Security Companies in Timor-Leste, by Sarah Parker, 2009. East Timor Law Journal (also available in Tetum).

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  • Electoral Violence in Timor-Leste: Mapping Incidents and Responses, June 2009. Timor-Leste Armed Violence Assessment Issue Brief No. 3 (also available in Tetum).

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Timor-Leste Armed Violence Assessment

The Timor-Leste Armed Violence Assessment (TLAVA) project ran from May 2008 to May 2009. The initiative was supported by the Timorese government together with ActionAid, the Small Arms Survey, and a network of partners.  ActionAid and the Small Arms Survey undertook an assessment to identify concrete policy-relevant entry points to prevent and reduce real and perceived armed violence in Timor-Leste. The AusAID-supported assessment established a Dili-based repository of existing international and domestic data on armed violence and served as a clearing house for information and analysis.

The objective of the assessment was to provide valid and reliable policy options for the Timorese government, civil society and their partners in identifying appropriate priorities and practical strategies. Findings were made available in Tetum, Bahasa, Portuguese, and English. 

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